Killer by Sara Shepard

Killer by Sara Shepard

Killer is the sixth book in the Pretty Little Liars series. I first started reading the series when I was in high school when the show started.

If you want to read the rest of my reviews for the Pretty Little Liars series, you can find them at the end of this post!

Summary

The Pretty Little Liars are back and with more secrets than ever! Disastrous relationships with their parents, jealousy between siblings (or step-siblings), or the incapacity to hold on to a girlfriend or boyfriend. Nothing escapes A, their stalker for the past few years.

Review

Killer, for me, is kind of a filler book. Nothing really exciting happens, but the elements are laid down for the rest of the series.

In it, A has managed to completely mess up with Hannah’s, Aria’s, Spencer’s, and Emily’s lives. Most of their issues are caused by their inability to be honest with their families, friends, and others.

It’s a book I sort of enjoyed, but most of all, it was the promise of what was to come that really excited me most! Finally, we can see that they are not entirely responsible for their own pain, that outside forces are meddling with their lives to make them as complicated as possible.

Should you read Killer?

As I said, Killer isn’t really a great book. But it’s a great foundation for the rest of the series!

Other books in the Pretty Little Liars series

Pretty Little Liars

Flawless

Perfect

Unbelievable

Wicked


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